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DOI: 10.14704/NQ.2022.20.11.NQ66283

The role of the traditional and nano foliar nutrition in the growth and production of two traits of broccoli

Haider Aliwi Kassar Kadhim, Al-Zubaidi Ali Hassen Ali

Abstract

A field experiment was conducted during the agricultural season 2021-2022 in one of the fields of Al-Musayyib Technical College, Al-Furat Al-Awsat Technical University, and the experiment included 18 treatments resulting from the compatibility between two varieties of broccoli (Max, Gassmin) and its symbol (C2, C1) and three levels of nanofertilizer containing elements (B). (Fe,Mn,Zn,Mo) which is (2,1,0) grams per liter and its symbol (N2,N1,N0) respectively and three levels of traditional fertilizer containing elements (B,Fe,Mn,Zn,Mo) ) which is (2.1,0) ml per liter-1 and its symbol is (A2,A1,A0) respectively in order to study the role of the traditional and nano leaf nutrient in the growth and production of two cultivars of broccoli, where the results indicated that the cultivar Max achieved a significant increase in leaf area. 75.01 dm 2 plant-1 and the diameter of the main flower disc is 17.03 cm, while the gassmin cultivar excelled in the percentage of carbohydrates in the main flower disc by 6.45%, while there was no significant effect on the plant height, and the same results showed that spraying nano fertilizer at a concentration of 2 g l-1 led Significant superiority in plant height 64.59 cm, leaf area 85.85 dm2 plant-1, diameter of the main flower disk 19.17 (cm), and the percentage of carbohydrates in the main flower disk 6.84%. The results that the traditional fertilizer with a concentration of 2 ml L-1 achieved a significant increase in plant height 62.27 cm, leaf area 79.97 dm 2 plant-1, diameter of the main flower disc 17.48 (cm) and the percentage of carbohydrates 6.59%.

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nano foliar nutrition, growth, production, broccoli

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